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Adaptive Solutions Acquires LKPM Consulting

Oct 4 2013, 3:11am CDT | by PR.com

Philadelphia, PA, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Adaptive Solutions, Inc., a leading legal-specific integration, consulting and cloud service provider announced that they are acquiring LKPM...

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Adaptive Solutions Acquires LKPM Consulting

Oct 4 2013, 3:11am CDT | by PR.com

Philadelphia, PA, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Adaptive Solutions, Inc., a leading legal-specific integration, consulting and cloud service provider announced that they are acquiring LKPM Consulting, LLC, a technology and training consultancy. Joining Adaptive will be LKPM founder and CEO, Mary Ann Muhlbaier.

In addition to the broad range of experience LKPM Consulting has servicing the legal community; the company has also designed a macro and template package, YourDocx, as a cost effective solution for firms looking to automate document creation and formatting.

“Earlier this year we announced our strategic relationship with LKPM Consulting, and we’re pleased to now fuse our two companies together to solidify our joint commitment to the legal vertical,” noted Chuck Davis, president of Adaptive Solutions.

“Both of our companies were founded on the principle of providing focused and high quality customer service, which is why this union will be so successful. I am thrilled to be joining Adaptive Solutions and excited to be part of their talented team. With complementary innovation and strategies, this venture will create new opportunities for both our current and future clients,” said Mary Ann Muhlbaier.

Ms. Muhlbaier’s distinguished background includes, servicing and partnering with law firm IT departments throughout the Northeast Corridor. Her success has been attributed to over twenty years plus of extensive experience on all levels of information technology projects and management.

For more information about Adaptive Solutions, Inc. and their cloud desktop services call 610.489.9872 or visit www.adaptivesolutions.com

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